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In this contest, we are giving away two Google OnHub routers; one by TP-Link [reviewed] and one made by ASUS [reviewed]. Both are AC1900 class routers that can be flashed with new firmware to convert them to more powerful versions of Google Wifi.

You need to do two things to qualify:

1) Sign up or already subscribe to the SNB Daily Digest email. If you need to sign up, use the handy form below.

2) Send an email to smallnetbuildercontest@gmail.com.

Title the mail SNB OnHub Pair Contest (EXACTLY SO OR YOUR ENTRY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED) and include your name in the email body.

IMPORTANT! You must use the same email address for both of the above, or your entry will not be counted.

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One email per person, please. Multiple entries will be disqualified.

Like most of the stuff we give away, the product is a new unit that has seen light use for our review. All prizes are provided "AS IS" and without warranty of any kind.

Sorry, but the contest is for U.S. entrants only! If you win, you'll need to provide your full name and U.S. mailing address (no P.O. boxes) in order to claim your prize.

The winner will be chosen at random from all valid emails and will be notified via return email. If we don't hear from you within 24 hours after we notify you, we'll give the product away to someone else.

Contest ends this Sunday 29 October at midnight EDT. Enter now!

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